DENISON, TX-- Over the weekend, messages requesting Chase customer's bank information were sent via text.
The message informed customers to call an 800 number, and then type in their account numbers because their funds may have been tampered with.
One Chase customer shared the message with us saying he was sceptical, and called his bank to confirm if the message was true.
"I'm just trying to keep other people from getting scammed with it, because I'm usually the one getting scammed and it just caught it this time," Josh Lane, said.
When we called the number given in the message today, the number had been disconnected.
Chase representatives say they'll never ask for your personal information via text.